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he welcomes a strong china in the united states. and the united states and chine ra must work -- china must work together to come up with global solutions like global warming. >>> a sign that gm is starting to turn things around since emerging from bankruptcy. the detroit automaker also says it will begin repaying its loans. it could pay off the full amount by 2011, four years earlier than expected. >>> teenagers may have to be required to have a doctor's note to be able to use tanning beds. >>> two popular cholesterol drugs are coming under fire. terrell brown explains why. >>> zetia and vytorin, which contain zetia, are taken by millions of americans. but there are major questions about how well the drugs work a study in the new england journal of medicine compares zetia to ni niospin. they said it failed to prevent clogs in neck. the results caused researchers to shut down the experiment early. >> it was a surprise that they found such a big difference in the increased risk in complications and deaths among those using zetia and vytorin. >> merck is questioning the research
>>> tracking ida, the tropical storm moves towards the united states. complete coverage on the potential impact. >>> check for these stories and all of the breaking news. eyewitness news at 6:00 starts right now. >>> corruption, scandal at
are acquitted, they would not be released in the united states. >>> let's update the dramatic breaking news from the show rescue of a partial collapse of a home in south baltimore. sky eye chopper 13 is over the scene. captain mike perry is live with more. >> reporter: it appears, kai, shortly before 4:00 this afternoon, on the 1400 block of cooksie street. this is off fort avenue. almost fort mchenry in south baltimore. firefighters were called to the scene of a person trapped after a roof had collapsed, taking the second and the first floor with it. now, the person that was trapped was actually at that point stuck in the basement with all of that debris on top of him. firefighters arrived, worked about 45 minutes to almost an hour until they were able to get the debris off of the victim and get him transported to shock trauma. now, there is no word on what a cause of this collapse. you can see, the entire roof collapsed onto the second floor. and it appeared that the building obviously was occupied at this time. the victim transported to shock trauma, we are told, has a fractured knee at this
that his client was in the united states, seeking medical attention. washington's next court appearance is now set for jan 5th. >>> take a look at these disguised christmas gifts. customs officials say they were surprised when they found glass bongs, pretending to be christmas ornaments in cartons. the highly decorated pipes have an estimated worth of about $2.76 million. and have been described as glass figures and christmas ornaments. they were later seized by federal customs. >>> check in with eyewitness news at 4:00. denise is standing by with a preview. >>> a drill to save an animal's life. >>> i'm suzanne collins in baltimore county. first responders often rescue people in an emergency. but what hapless when they have -- happens when they have to rescue a horse. i'll have more on that coming up next. >>> the boss in baltimore. in just hours, bruce springsteen will be playing before a huge crowd at first mariner arena. we'll have a live report downtown. check in for these stories and more at 6:00. >>> astronauts await word of a baby girl on earth. astronaut randolph resnick was abo
in several other states are also heading to the poas today -- polls today. but the white house is watching races in new jersey closely. meanwhile, republicans are hoping to chalk up big wins today and united states -- them -- use them to reenergize their party. >>> clear, cool nights. we're at 58 now. the dew point is down to 35 degrees. humidity, 41%. northwest winds at 9. they'll be calming down. barometer rising. take a look at that midweekend and the week forecast after this. >>> all right. oh, beautiful sunset. picture perfect. >> very nice november day. a little above normal. tonight, it's going to be a little below normal. because we've got clear skies. the winds will be dying down. a perfect night for what we call radiational cooling. any heat that accumulates today will quickly leave the atmosphere tonight. couple of feet behind the ground. eastern shore, jersey, southeast pa as well. some are already seeing some. take a look at temps now around the region. 63 today. 61/38 would be the average on this day. 48. 44 in oakland. they'll be in the mid- to upper 20s tonight. oceansed he
in the southeastern united states. rising waiters with the remnants of that storm, caused problems for residents throughout georgia this morning. the water merely reaches mailboxes throughout the street. they were forced to issue flood washing -- warnings for parts of the area. >>> a texas crook drives into an atm. thieves drove in, taking the entire machine. the manager of the building said the damage is extensive. the amount taken wasn't exactly known. police are still looking for the thieves. >>> home is supposed to be the safest place for a child this time it certainly was not. a 10-year-old boy told minneapolis police, his own father continually abused him. all because he was upset for him going into his mother's room. the boy was so scared, he hid inside the oven, but climbed back out after his dad turned the oven on. neighbors say they don't understand why because he's a good child. >> he is just a little kid. just real quiet. plays little video games with my little brother. >> reporter: the boy was taken to the hospital for treatment of his injuries. if convicted, the father faces a maxi
was living in the united states. but today, the 89-year-old faced a judge for crimes allegedly committed during world war ii. >>> new smoking ban. in less than 24 hours, customers will no longer be allowed to light up in some restaurants in our region. find out why. we'll have all of the breaking news coming up. >>> president and secretary of state clinton are due at a very important event soon. their one and only child, chelsea clinton is planning to marry her long-time boyfriend. the pair was rumored to be getting married last summer in martha's vineyard. but the story turned out to be a tad premature. >>> there's one holiday tradition that may have all of you waiting for this year. victoria's secret fashion show. >> that's right. the models are in new york, ready to hit the runway. >> had week's host will be heidi klum. they recently inducted five more women into its angel ranks; a designation for top models, strutting the runway, wearing not much in front of a packed house. >> eyewitness news sports is next. >>> in the nfl, injuries can mean opportunities. we'll meet a young ravens l
in the united states. >> tonight, complete coverage of the tragedy. the motive, and the gunman's ties to maryland. >> hello, everybody. i'm denise koch. >> and i'm vic carter. here's what people are talking about tonight. >> the motive behind the massacre. it is still unclear what a soldier uncovered.
. >>> in the united states, breast cancer is the second leading cause of deaths among females. physicians worry the latest findings could lead to even more. >> christina was diagnosed with breast cancer after she did a self exam and had a mammogram. >> do you realize that because you caught it early, there is an option. there is life after this. >> reporter: but a new government task force says self breast exams and mammograms are ineffective for young women like her. they say that 1904 from ages 40 to 49 need to be screened. the group also says when screening starts at 40, there are more false positives, leading to unnecessary biopsies. >> it doesn't make sense to be putting our efforts into doing mammography screening in women under 50 when we can find better tools that will help more women and be more accurate. >> reporter: another major change. the panel says women ages 50 to 74 need to be screened only every two years, not annually. >> reporter: despite the panel's new recommendations, every society has sent out statements saying they do not plan to revise their advice. >> this flies in th
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